Our Guidance Department provides academic and pastoral support across the school. We can arrange for in-class support from Learning Support Assistants (LSAs) and/or tutorials for individuals or small groups of students. The Guidance Department staff work together with pupils, parents and teachers to ensure every child can access the school curriculum and enjoy academic, personal and social success.
The beginning of all discipline is self-discipline. However in some cases, it may be necessary to take other measures.
Fairness is the key to the disciplinary approach adopted by the School. Strict procedures are followed regarding any breaches. The School adheres to a clear Behaviour Management Policy and a set disciplinary code. Rules and regulations,, which are signed by the parents, are clearly laid out and provide guidance as to the School’s expectations regarding standards of behaviour. Furthermore, there is a Home/School/Student agreement signed by all the stakeholders.
Parents are kept informed regarding any breaches of discipline which the school considers to be important.The school counts on the cooperation and support of parents.
Pupils are actively encouraged to show good behaviour for which they are rewarded. House points, medals and certificates are all part of a positive reinforcement strategy.